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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Topflight Stamps - Make your own Stamps with Carabelle Studio

Hi Everyone,

It's Topflight Stamps day!

Carabelle Studio came out with a stamp called "My Stamp" where you can make your own postage style stamps. This allows for some serious FUN!
I created tow of my own stamps - the supplies are listed below. I added one to a regular envelope, which I further embellished with two snails (also Carabelle) and a matching real postage stamp.

My second stamp I used in collage fashion on a magazine print. I just love those two women laughing at the guy, who just got a new face....
You can fill that little square with any stamp you can think of. Unlimited possibilities!

Here are the stamp supplies I used:

Versafine ink

Linking up with:
Watercooler Wednesday challenge - anything masculine (card)


conil said...

What a fun idea...make your own stamps, indeed. Love the duck almost as much as those two girls do.

Rosmarie said...

Die sind ja cool! ...viel schöner als die echten Briefmarken!!

Anita in France said...

How fun, Cornelia ... love those snails especially ... the snail the emblem of our departement! Didn't know Hammy had featured on a real stamp ... goodness, fame at last ... does Darnell know?! Hugs, Anita :)